An American Werewolf In London

An American Werewolf In London

Director: John Landis Cast: David Naughton, Jenny Agutter, Griffin Dunne
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An American Werewolf In London 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
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COME-ON, FOR THE YEAR IN WHICH THIS FILM WAS MADE, I THINK IT HAD BETTER EFFECTS THAN SOME OF THE COMPUTER ANIMATION OF TODAY. I HAVE SEEN THIS FLICK LIKE 5 TIMES.
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The best werewolf movie to date. Sometimes I go straight to the transformation scene because that is my favorite scene! If you're looking for a horror flick, this is for you.
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Great special effects and it's not your typical low budget film just like The Howling and their series. I recommend this movie to anyone who is looking for a good werewolf movie. It's simply the best.
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This is probably one of my favorite werewolf movies of all time. The werewolf looked very real and I enjoyed the fact that you couldn't tell the transformations of it were computer generated.This beats The Howling.
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Great! Humor, good effects,great werewolf transformation,foreign people, what else do you need in a werewolf film. You can't go wrong with this horror classic.
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Definitely one of the best werewolf movies ever made, 'American Werewolf in London' is a smashing good time. The transformation scene and the decaying zombie friend are true classics. I also liked the use of Credence Clearwater Revival's 'Bad Moon On The Rise' as part of the soundtrack. Guaranteed to scare you blooming crazy.
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Just to correct a prior review, you couldn't tell the transformations were computer generated because they weren't! This was made in 1980-81 and there were no CGI effects. Everything you see was done with practical make-up and was actually filmed. The scenes are so good that the Academy of Motion Pictures created a category to recognize achievement in special effects, which they awarded to Rick Baker who is the genius behind these effects. Funny and still scary it is an absolute must see!
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Director John Landis strays away from the typical straight comedy productions that made him famous to produce a cult classic horror film - The American Werewolf In London. The film is based around two American College friends holidying in England who are attacked by a Werewolf. One dies a savage death, the other (lead actor David Naughton) survives only to have inherited the werewolfs curse and thurst for human blood. Being a huge horror fan i would say that ''Werewolf'' is by far the scariest film i have ever seen. Director Landis delibritly filters the film with scenes of light comedy, but the sheer suspense and gore defietly make this a first class horror flick. The special effects are groundbraking and still look amazing today, there is a great soundtrack to the film as well as very, very errie background music.
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